Climate - Tampa Bay Water Blog
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On Feb. 14, 2019, NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center issued an El Niño Advisory stating the weather pattern is expected to be weak, but may continue through the spring.
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Responsible water utilities are always planning for the future. The Tampa Bay region will need an additional 10 million gallons per day by 2028 and another 10 million gallons per day by 2038
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In reviewing water supply and demand for the fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 2017, Tampa Bay Water staff reported that the agency successfully endured a year of extreme weather, from one of the driest springs on record to one of the biggest hurricanes to hit our region.
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As Irma moves closer to Florida, more and more residents are rushing to stores to buy bottled water.
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According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), climate change is happening. The Earth is warming, and these rising temperatures are accompanied by changes in weather and climate – two factors that play a very important role in existing and future water supplies. This is why Tampa Bay Water is involved in research to understand climate variability and climate change – to better understand its impact on our existing water supplies and infrastructure, and for future water supply planning.
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